Timberwolves Can't Stop Griffin, Paul In 107-99 Loss To ClippersBlake Griffin scored 12 of his 26 points in the final 6:32, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out seven assists to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 107-99 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday.
Wiggins, Wolves Top Sixers 100-95 In First Win At HomeAndrew Wiggins scored 17 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter to help the Minnesota Timberwolves keep Philadelphia winless on the season with a 100-95 victory over the 76ers on Monday night.
4 Reasons To Stick With The Minnesota TimberwolvesAfter coming from behind to beat the Heat in Miami Tuesday night, the Timberwolves are 5-6 on the season. All five of those wins have come on the road. Minnesota is 0-5 at home. The Timberwolves next opportunity to get that first win in front of their home fans is Friday against the Detroit Pistons. It could be another tough year in the win-loss department, but here are four reasons to stick with the Timberwolves this season.
Red Hot Curry, Warriors Visit Timberwolves Thursday NightSteph Curry is coming to Minnesota. No, it's not a do-over of the 2009 draft when the Timberwolves passed on him for Jonny Flynn. Curry's Golden State Warriors come to Target Center tonight for one of the most exciting November games we've had in a while.
Short-Handed Timbewolves Fall To Hornets, 104-95Jeremy Lin scored 19 points and Jeremy Lamb added 18 to lead the Charlotte Hornets to a 104-95 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday night.
Wiggins Leads Timberwolves Over Bulls, 102-93 In OTAndrew Wiggins scored 31 points, and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Chicago Bulls 102-93 in overtime on Saturday night.
Timberwolves Honor Flip Saunders With 2-0 StartThe Minnesota Timberwolves are ironically coping with the death of Flip Saunders by playing basketball. It helps when you go 2-0 on the road to start the season, creating some optimism.
6 Reasons Minnesota Loves Flip SaundersMinnesota sports fans were devastated Sunday afternoon, and it had nothing to do with the Vikings slow start against the Detroit Lions. The Timberwolves announced on social media that Flip Saunders, a beloved head coach and president of basketball operations, had died after a four-month battle with Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
4 Things To Know: Garnett Mourns Saunders, Computers Read EmotionsThese are the four stories you need to know about from Monday, Oct. 26. They include the death of a Minnesota sports legend, and a brave new world for computer recognition skills.
Towns, Garnett Featured In Sports Illustrated's NBA PreviewSports Illustrated's NBA Preview hits newsstands on Wednesday, and two prominent members of the Minnesota Timberwolves will be featured on one of four regional covers.
Timberwolves Stars Mentoring Minnesota YoungstersOne of the most interesting roster experiments in the NBA is happening in Minnesota, where the Timberwolves have assembled a mentorship program of sorts for a promising young core of talent. President of basketball operations Flip Saunders and general manager Milt Newton brought in three veterans over the age of 35 to show five pups under the age of 23 how to be pros.
Class In Session For No. 1 Pverall Pick Karl-Anthony TownsOn one side of Karl-Anthony Towns is Kevin Garnett, the 39-year-old Alpha Wolf who ushered in a new era of teenagers in the NBA when he jumped straight to the pros in 1995.